A grand time was had at the Square dance on September 16, with over 100 people attending. This was a benefit for Enfield Valley Grange Building Fund with Nancy Spero calling squares and waltzes. Live Music by The West Hillbillies and cosponsored by the Groundswell Center for Local Food & Farming.
They are looking forward to more social events at the Enfield Valley Grange. Meanwhile, WRFI radio 88.1 aired a piece on their news cast that Sharon Clarke did about the Grange. She interviewed a number of people during the square dance and has put together a story about this historic rural organization. We hope you’ll listen and spread the word. Thanks.
178 Enfield Main Road
Contact Person: Carol Baker
The Grange is a family, fraternal organization especially interested in community betterment, education, agriculture, legislation and a meaningful way of life. Programs, projects and activities offered in our local Grange reflect the interest and talents of its members. Like any organization, the Grange is only as effective as the people who belong want it to be.
In the past, the Enfield Valley Grange has hosted the Defensive Driving course, several local historical programs, and many Christmas events, as well as other activities open to the public. The Enfield Valley Grange meetings are held on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at the Grange starting at 7:00 p.m. To become a regular member, contact any grange member. For rental of the Grange Hall please contact Sandra Trutt, at 273-4884.